neophyte[ nee-uh-fahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF neophyte
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEOPHYTE
Never before had neophyte lived so entirely for the happiness of others.
The neophyte receives the falling drops on his head, clothes and body.
We welcome you, the neophyte, who has joined us in our pilgrimage.
Yet, the neophyte, if he strolls by chance into a sale-room, will be surprised at the spectacle.
Let the neophyte try his luck, however, and prices will rise wonderfully.
No neophyte must have, at his initiation, one affection or desire that chains him to the world.
The neophyte's expressions on the occasion are not wholly edifying.
For one other thing, also, the Neophyte in Literature had better be prepared.
The mood was destined to pass, but for a while the neophyte was spell-bound.
Any small chance word may carry a sting for the neophyte in penitence.